It’s the voice of a blond, fat, and craven rooster 26. August 2014 “It’s the voice of a blond, fat, and craven rooster” – Let Us Now Praise Famous Men by James Agee and Walker Evans
4 thoughts on “It’s the voice of a blond, fat, and craven rooster”
Fat? Definitely. Fat? Not so much. Probably a bit dry between the teeth then…
is there a word for zäh? I don’t think any of the English translation would fit. Ein zäher verzweifelter Hahn ;-)
Must be an old hen as it looks quite stringy. Don’t think it would make good soup either. Will have to pass on this one and move on to the next hen.
Not an ordinary rooster. Who, as we all know, are blusterous and full of themselves. But a craven one….what a great concept.
Though, truth be told, your rooster doesn’t seem to me so much craven as…..patient. And a little cold. He’s been sitting here, waiting (for what?) for so long that he’s dwindled to bare bones….or in this case, bare twigs.
Nice image, too.